Hottest 2014 Wedding Colours For Spring
you begin planning your wedding, one of the first decisions you will have to make is what colours to choose. This decision has to be made before you start thinking about your wedding flowers, bridesmaid dresses and overall reception style. Here are 7 colour choices that will be top of the list for 2014 weddings.
1: Red Hot Cherry with Luscious Lime.
This may seem an odd mix when you first hear these colours said together, and although it is a bold statement, when these colours are combined right they create a striking impact on any wedding reception.
2: Coral and Grey. Beautifully subtle.
These colours are going to be a big hit for weddings abroad in 2014. This mixture of soft, muted colours combine to produce an exquisite wedding theme sure to wow all who attend.
3: Hot Pink:
Vibrant hot pink began growing in popularity in weddings a few years ago and there seems to be no halting this eye catching trend. Balance the pink well with sharp white and dazzling silver to have a show stopping reception.
4: Chocolate Mocha Browns with Soft Blush Pinks:
Chocolate browns and pinks have been a very popular colour combination in recent years with the brown being the base colour. These colours create a relaxed setting that is modern and fashionable. A chic choice for any of todays couples.
5: Tiffany Blue with Pale Aqua
- Tiffany Blue is a very elegant colour, classic yet modern. Teaming this with light aqua shades and whites will make your wedding cool and refreshing, crisp and contemporary. If you want to add another colour to really create an impact try some bright green floral in your bouquet and centrepieces.
6: Shades of Orange:
Oranges in all shades have always been a very popular choice for autumn and fall weddings. However in 2014 orange is going to be a hot colour throughout the entire year. Orange can be used in many ways. When paired with browns and golds it creates a warm sophisticated reception, however team it with spring greens and you have yourself a fantastically fresh, contemporary style.
7: Black is the new...Black:
Elegance and sophistication are always created through the use of black.
A crisp black and white combination is a sure fire hit to creating a stunning wedding reception. Add in some sparkle and silver through your accessories for that the icing on the cake.